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Afternoon Tea with the Daughters of St. Paul
Boston, Massachusetts - September 16, 2012

Join us on Sunday, September 16, 2012 at 3pm for our annual “Afternoon Tea with the Daughters of St. Paul.”

Our 2012 guests of honor will be Fr. Dave Dwyer, CSP and members of the Busted Halo team. At the event, Busted Halo will receive the Cordero Award, which is presented annually to Catholics who have striven to uplift the human spirit and to recognize the dignity of the person in or through the media.

Fr. Dave Dwyer, CSP, is Director of Busted Halo, a media and ministry outreach to Catholics in their twenties and thirties that includes:, an online magazine with feature articles, blogs, columns, podcasts, faith guides, and ongoing discussion; ³The Busted Halo Show with Father Dave Dwyer² on SiriusXM radio (ch. 129); and Young Adult Ministry in a Box, an online subscription service to help parishes create and sustain young adult ministry at the local level. Our mission is to reconnect young adult Catholics with their faith, renew in them a sense of Catholic identity, and provide a door through which they may return to fuller participation in the life of the Church.

All proceeds from this event will go to our Education Fund for our sisters. As our culture becomes more and more involved in digital media, we Daughters of St. Paul need a broad, profound, and ongoing education to keep up with the changing times. This is a challenge for self-supporting communities like ours. Your continuing support will help us build a world where human progress will be based on spiritual values.

The Daughters of St. Paul bring the Gospel of hope to people yearning for God’s love. We communicate Christ through our consecrated lives and every available means of communication. All our books and media are solidly rooted in our Catholic identity.

We hope you are able to join us and promise our prayers for you and your loved ones.

Pictures from the Afternoon Tea of 2011
Our guest of honor: Fr. Robert Reed of CatholicTV

The Cordero Award

The Cordero Award named for Mother Paula Cordero, FSP, who established the Daughters of St. Paul in the United States, is presented annually to a Catholic person or organization who has striven to uplift the human spirit and to recognize the dignity of the human person in or through the media 

Mother Paula Cordero, FSP (1908-1991) came to the United States in 1932 with a mandate from Blessed Alberione to begin our congregation in this country. She was known for her daring in taking on whatever means were necessary so that the Word of God could reach as many people as possible.

Past Cordero Award Recipients

Fr. Robert Reed


Mary Ann Glendon